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AbsolutePanel doesn't display

 
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Hi,

I have a AbsolutePanel in which i add widgets (label, textbox, anything...). When i compile and after go to the browser, the AbsolutePanel is not displayed. If i inspect the element with Firebug i can see that the style of the element that contains the AbsolutePanel is like this:



if i change the value of the attribute position to "absolute" the AbsolutePanel is displayed OK, but i dont know how to change this attribute because is a internal style of gwt (i use 1.6). My style (absolute-panel-bug) changes this attribute but it takes no effect on the style:



How can i solve this problem? Is there anyway to change the internal style of gwt?

Thanks.
 
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Finally i solved the problem. Using gwt 1.6 (my version), i can change the attributes using:



Hope it helps.
 
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